We chat to QBI researchers about the latest in brain science and the fundamentals of disease and brain health.

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 Rachel Corbett shares her personal experience with dementia

Podcast: The personal toll of dementia

In this special edition of a A Grey Matter we talk with Rachel Corbett, who shares her personal experience with dementia and its harrowing effect on her family.
QBI Talks: Public lecture on autism and genetics

QBI Talks: Public lecture on autism and genetics

Catch up on the public lecture given by international expert on Autism, Professor Elliott Sheer.
Podcast: Autism and genetics

Podcast: Autism and genetics

What is autism exactly, and what causes it?
International Women's Day panel 2017

Podcast: International Women's Day

We talk to three of our female researchers about their passions and experiences in neuroscience.
Neurobiologist Professor Justin Marshall talks to ABC's Richard Fidler about colour vision in fish.

Podcast: Fish eyes the window to the brain

Neurobiologist Professor Justin Marshall talks to ABC's Richard Fidler about colour vision in fish.
QBI Deputy Director, Professor Linda Richards, talks to ABC's Lynne Malcolm about the corpus callosum.

Podcast: Mysteries of the corpus callosum

Professor Linda Richards talks to All in the Mind's Lynne Malcolm about disorders of the corpus callosum.
Dr Jens Bunt, a scientist in the Brain Disorders and Development lab at QBI, is researching to find a cure for an aggressive brain cancer.

Podcast: The most aggressive cancer in the brain

Dr Jens Bunt, a scientist in the Brain Disorders and Development lab at QBI, is researching to find a cure for an aggressive brain cancer.

Podcast: Using brain imaging to diagnose mental illness

Dr Marta Garrido, a computational and cognitive neuroscientist, is working on a way to identify the onset of schizophrenia.
Curing schizophrenia: bridging the divide between lab and clinic

Podcast: Curing schizophrenia, from lab to clinic

Schizophrenia affects more than 21 million people worldwide. QBI's neuroscientists are bridging the gap between lab research and clinical care.
Professor Peter Silburn, a renowned neurologist, talks deep brain stimulation.

Podcast: Using deep brain stimulation treat Parkinson’s disease

The debilitating symptoms of Parkinson's disease can be treated using deep brain stimulation.